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Old 03-20-2011, 05:40 PM
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Hi,

I've been doing my homework on PPV for a few days now and was impressed to discover this forum.

I'm looking to get my feet wet now and start testing some campaigns.

Considering my financial situation, I am starting relatively small with an initial budget of $500, plus approx $150 available per month after that.

Taking this into account, can some of the more experienced marketers recommend what they would do in my shoes, to make best use of the resources I have available?

Like, what offers should I run, how many, which cpa networks, which ppv networks?

Any help with this would be truly welcome.
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Old 03-20-2011, 07:59 PM
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sign up with ewa and wsm (banners at the top of this post ) to start. they both pay weekly and offer great support.

after that dive into the posts and case studies and see what's a good fit. ask questions before you launch and we'll help you along the way so you're not making avoidable mistakes

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Old 03-20-2011, 09:01 PM
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Hi Lucas,

I've just put in my application to EWA, and chased up the application I made to WSM a few days ago (not sure why they're taking so long with this).

I'm also a member of PeerFly, CPAJuice, Ads4Dough, MarketHealth and Clickbank. What are your thoughts on these companies?

I'll be back with an idea for my first campaign soon for some feedback.
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Old 03-20-2011, 09:07 PM
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Originally Posted by jt42cwrm View Post
Hi Lucas,

I've just put in my application to EWA, and chased up the application I made to WSM a few days ago (not sure why they're taking so long with this).

I'm also a member of PeerFly, CPAJuice, Ads4Dough, MarketHealth and Clickbank. What are your thoughts on these companies?

I'll be back with an idea for my first campaign soon for some feedback.
you're off to a great start network wise bud. coop, the owner of wsm will probably see this post and expedite you.

start reading some threads and post some questions!

- lucas
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Old 03-21-2011, 10:08 PM
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I started with a small initial budget too. I recommend starting with simple lead offers... usually the less info they request form the user the easier they are to convert. They may not pay as high as the free trial, sales, or complex lead forms, but you can usually see if your efforts are working out fairly quickly without spending a lot up front. Most people seem to recommend spending 1.5x - 3x the payout of the offer per target to test.

Sounds like you've got the right mindset. Best of luck.

Cheers,
Josh.
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